Thesaurus / redundance
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Effects not very dissimilar, are, in France and Italy, produced from a redundance of it.
So that A will have a redundance of this fluid, which forms an atmosphere round, and B an exactly equal deficiency.
Disobedience to the law in the shape of exaggeration or redundance of purposive movement indicates functional excess.
TICS AND THEIR TREATMENTHENRY MEIGNE
How this redundance is obtained you will see in a moment by bending any feather the wrong way.
LOVE'S MEINIEJOHN RUSKIN
Yet both may be equally Christian, in spite of the redundance or the deficiency.
Respecting Shelley at Eton, there is almost a redundance of evidence.
THE REAL SHELLEY, VOL. I (OF 2)JOHN CORDY JEAFFRESON
There seems to be a natural tendency to deal in a redundance of prepositions.
CONVERSATIONANDREW P. PEABODY
In spite of redundance and obscurity in the style of the narrative, Constantia found in it powerful excitements of her sympathy.
ORMOND, VOLUME I (OF 3)CHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
So redundance alreddy recalls, in order to' explode, guess and give!
A MINNIATURE OV INGLISH ORTHOGGRAPHYJAMES ELPHINSTON
Perhaps he threw it aside in the redundance of other illustrative material.
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